Episode 63: Learning to Love Yourself with Dr. Jane Tornatore

Episode 63: Learning to Love Yourself with Dr. Jane Tornatore

Dr. Jane Tornatore is a recovering perfectionist, therapist, speaker, and author, who has spent the last 20 years building her private practice and conducting Alzheimer’s related research. Her current work focuses on improving brain health, boosting memory and reducing stress by converting outdated patterns and unnecessary stress into authenticity and wisdom....
Episode 62: The Three Pillars of a Culture of Learning with Dr. Marina Theodotou

Episode 62: The Three Pillars of a Culture of Learning with Dr. Marina Theodotou

Welcome to Season 3 of Learning Life, and welcome to our Women in Learning series! Each week, we’ll dive into the successes and struggles of powerful women making an impact on learning and organizational business.  Dr. Marina Theodotou is the Director of Operations and Analytics at the Defense Acquisition University, a training university of the US Department...
Episode 61: Teaching as a Role Model with Will Feng

Episode 61: Teaching as a Role Model with Will Feng

Will Feng is an executive coach, speaker, and the Director of Learning and Organizational Development at FabFitFun. FabFitFun is a lifestyle service boosting health, wellness, fitness, and fashion through to it’s million+ members through a box subscription, video streaming service, and online community. Jon and Will sit down to talk about teaching not just in a...
Episode 60: Steve Sloboda: Cross-walking Business and Learning

Episode 60: Steve Sloboda: Cross-walking Business and Learning

This week’s guest is Steve Sloboda. Steve is a long-time leader in the Insurance industry, working at Progressive, Farmers Insurance, and now as the director of learning and performance at Aetna. Listen to learn about training soft skills and the future of customer service. Steve teaches us the concept of “cross-walking,” learning two sides of a business and...